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Title

Matilda, Leonor and Joanna: the Plantagenet sisters and the display of dynastic connections through material culture

AuthorsJasperse, Jitske
KeywordsPlantagenet
Matilda
Leonor
Joanna
Filia regis
Henry II of England
Material culture
Art
Issue Date2017
PublisherElsevier BV
CitationJournal of Medieval History 43(5): 523- 547 (2017)
AbstractThe material culture related to Duchess Matilda of Saxony, Queen Leonor of Castile and Countess Joanna of Toulouse (and former Queen of Sicily) offers a rich resource that allows us to understand how, when and why they connected themselves to their father, Henry II of England. The objects studied in this article prompt significant questions regarding the relation between material culture and royal women, which allow us to explore the formative phases in women¿s lives as well as their roles in the promotion and construction of a dynastic consciousness. Even though the sisters probably acted separately, they did so with a shared awareness of their positions as royal daughters and the need to communicate this collectively. By centring on the three sisters¿ objects, this article proposes that the study of material culture is crucial for a better understanding of the co-operation between siblings and can contribute to a more nuanced interpretation of power.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/200001
DOI10.1080/03044181.2017.1378918
Identifiersdoi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03044181.2017.1378918
issn: 0304-4181
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